Everyone falls in love with Oolongs. They are the chameleons of tea, expressing so many rich and varied aromatics depending on the style, terroirs and cultivar. Dive in and find your latest Oolong love.
1992 Tie Guan Yin
Dark, 25 year aged Tie Guan Yin made in 1992 and stored immaculately. Sweet, rich and rounded with vanilla fudge, mocha coffee and black treacle.
Alishan Jin Xuan
A rich and luxurious tea made from the naturally milky Jin Xuan cultivar. Malted milkshake, high mountain grass, alpine rhododendrons and cream.
Organic Oolong processed in nitrogen to increase GABA to 200mg per 100g. Summer rain, apricot jam, wet wood and chestnut honey.
Dark and smooth GABA tea. Deep roasted nuts, tarmac and coffee. Fleeting spices like black cardamom, antique wood and black liquorice.
Nong Xiang Xiping Huang Dan
Tie Guan Yin style Oolong made from the Huang Dan cultivar and roasted for 9 hours over Longan wood charcoal. Vanilla fudge, baked panna cotta and oxidised pear.
Da Wu Ye Dancong
Tropical, juicy fruit laden Oolong with a quenching dry finish. Boiled cherry sweets, yellow roses, banana, mangosteen and wood resins.
A perfect digestif after a heavy meal and one of the secrets to keeping slim. Dark roasted plums and burnt vanilla wood with mulled dried orange.
Ya Shi Dan Cong
Masterful Dan Cong Oolong made from the Ya Shi Cultivar. Buttery on the nose with baked almonds accented with a sour cherry fruitiness.
Bai Hao Wulong - Dongfang Meiren
Terpene rich leafhopper bitten Oolong. Bright notes of elderflower, geranium and lychee and warmer notes of honey, rose and fermented overripe muscat grapes.
Our reinvention of Earl Grey tea with a Chinese twist incorporating Wuyi Yancha. Contrast of cooling minty citrus and warming vanilla whisky.
Da Hong Pao Qi Dan (Big Red Robe)
Dark roasted Wuyi Yan Cha (rock oolong). Charcoal caramel leading to cranberry juice soaked wood. Vanilla whisky, fresh tobacco and ripe apricots.
A powerful mood enhancing blend of Oolongs, Ginseng and Osmanthus Flowers. Sweet apricot and frangipane tarts.
Dong Ding Wulong
Special grade heavily roasted Dong Ding with a long finish. Flavours shift on the tongue from buttery, dark baked biscuits to spiced poached pears.
Xiping Xiao Zheng Tie Guan Yin
A premium hand shaken Tie Guan Yin, processed to bring out a naturally yolky fragrance. Sweet custard, dessicated coconut and Gardenia flowers.
Tie Luo Han - Iron Arhat
Burnt chocolate, brandy soaked cherries, slight menthol freshness and antique wood. Tingling minerality moving from dry to juicy sweet.
Mo Li Wulong
Ball rolled Tie Guan Yin Oolong scented with fresh Jasmine. Sweet flowers, buttered spinach and spring meadows.
Bei Dou Yi Hao - North Star
Cultivar developed from cuttings of the original Da Hong Pao mother plants. Medium roasted dark fudge aroma. Brandy, hazelnut, butterscotch and cooked apple.
Xiping Chuan Tong Tie Guan Yin
Unroasted traditional style Tie Guan Yin Oolong from the birthplace of this famous tea. Lily flowers, drying grass and vanilla yoghurt drink with orange boiled sweets.
Nong Xiang Jin Xuan
Naturally creamy Jin Xuan cultivar dark roasted over charcoal. Crème brulee and pandan leaves. Malt milkshake, pecans and dried mulberries.
Gui Hua Wulong
Aromatic Oolong scented with Osmanthus flowers. Raw almond and butter start, sweet osmanthus middle and fresh green grass finish.
Ren Shen Wulong
Combination of Anxi Oolong and Ginseng for a natural energy boost. Hazelnut syrup, liquorice and creamy nougat.
Mi Lan Xiang Dan Cong - Honey Orchid Oolong
Known as a doppelganger tea for its ability to imitate surrounding plants. Forest honey, sweet potato and orchid. Ripe pear with a rocky mineral finish and teasing acidity.
Specially processed Oolong for high Gaba (over 250mg per 100g). Roasted coconut and burnt pine depth with a rosehip acidity and lingering eucalyptus sweetness.
Jin Xuan Nai Cha
Scented Jin Xuan Oolong for an extra level of creaminess. Condensed milk, green mango and pineapple.
Xiping Xiao Qing Tie Guan Yin
Hand shaken, top drawer Tie Guan Yin given an extra day before firing. Spring mountain air with fresh grass, Carnations and Jasmine. A touch of cream leading to some starfruit sourness.
Xiping Huang Guan Yin
Refreshing and bright Tie Guan Yin made with a hybrid cultivar. Torn fresh green leaves, orchid, melon and lemon balm. Quenching dry with a sour candy puckering leading to soft, sweet juiciness.
Hu Xiao Qi Lan
Uniquely light Wuyi Oolong cultivar. Summery mix of hay, asian pear, mangosteen and meadow flowers with a charcoal warmth.